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1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 178         Dresden

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 made dresses of Alices size   and only one shop where any
childrens patterns could be found-    we bought a few hansome
little paintings on porcelain,  five of them for 49 Th’  cheap-
Visited the large store for Dresden china-  Plates and dishes
covered with dutchy figures,     they are also the manufacturers
of the great variety of comic figures in china usually given to
children for christmas presents-      Out of our cab window
Alice and Jep laughed at the misfortune of a policeman,  running
around the corner after us, he slips and spreads himself upon
the street, chagrined to see Alice laughing at him-  comes at
once to our cabman and threatens him for violating the ordinance
in carrying more than four persons in one horse carriage
so Jep and I go walking to find him a pair of shoes,
the same trouble again, none ready made.   The shop windows
contain hansome samples,  and each shop contains a few shoes,
but none thats wearable, how strange for so large a city.
Henry says I’ll “find it so nearly everywhere”-

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 After a good deal of figuring back and forth between the
police and the Railway officials Henry has come to a settlement
about his lost trunk, receiving 70Th’, without any extra expense.

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 We went into the old Catholic church-       Found it quite
extensive, very high, large arches and immense columns, with
several fine paintings, the best of which was the “Ascension” by
Raphael about 12 x 15 ft, placed above the alter [sic].  Upon the
latter stood several immense silver candlesticks highly ornam-
ented by with figures and statuettes.                A dozen or so of
devotees, were scattered through the body of the church upon

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